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Nadège Courjal received her PhD degrees in “Egineering science” in 2002 and she became Associate Professor at the FEMTO-ST Institute in Besançon in 2004. Her field of expertise relies on integrated optics and photonics, and most particularly electro-optic materials and lithium niobate. This includes the use of specific technologies to nanostructure ferroelectric materials and to create chip-scale electro-optic platforms for applications as varied as astronomy, sensors or optical telecommunications. She also works on high resolution characterization of photonic components and nanostructures. Amongst her R&D activities in integrated optics and photonics, she has worked on the production of electro-optic sensors with Kapteos, chipscale spectrometers with Resolution Spectra, and low-chirp Mach-Zehnder Intensity modulators with iXBlue PSD. In the framework of academic research, she has had 3 DGA REI, RAPID & Astrid projects, and she is or has been the leader of 11 national projects, supported by ANR, BPI, Franche-Comté Region or SATT; she was also the project leader of one ActPhast project in 2016.
Over the period 2011-2015, she has been an appointed member of the French National Board of Universities (CNU) in the 63th section in the field of photonics, optoelectronics and electronics, and she is now expert for the french national research agency (ANR) in the field of Micro and Nanotechnologies for information and communication processing. Since 2012, she has been appointed as an expert in nanophotonics at OMNT (Micro and Nanotechnology National Observatory), and she has been a photonic expert in the ActPhast european network since 2016..